Bits & Bytes

911: [5:00] – If you’ve ever wondered how important 911 operators are to fighting crime, this call says it all.

2000 MULES: [6:12] – Dinesh fact checks the claims of so-called “fact checkers” that the data he presents in the movie isn’t conclusive, because geo-tracking isn’t “accurate.”

2nd AMENDMENT: CLICK [4:45] to hear a thoughtful conversation about how gun ownership should not be a political issue. I watched this after watching two similar videos about “My Body, My Choice”, a slogan we saw meant nothing to the pro-aborts when it came to masking and vaxxxing. I hadn’t really thought about it in terms of the 2d Amendment, but it’s very much the same thing.

DEMOCRAT MESSAGING: This went out recently in a memo to Democrats.

EASTER MEDITATION: [9:59] – From Catholic Online: “The Catechism of the Catholic Church emphasizes three forms of prayer – vocal prayer, meditation, and contemplative prayer. In regards to meditation, the CCC 2708 says, ‘Meditation engages thought, imagination, emotion, and desire. This mobilization of faculties is necessary in order to deepen our convictions of faith, prompt the conversion of our heart, and strengthen our will to follow Christ.’

For the Catholic, meditation is definitely not a new trend. In fact, this ancient form of prayer has been used for centuries by the saints in order to attain a greater understanding of the mysteries of God. St. Alphonsus, St. Francis de Sales, and St. Teresa of Avila are just a few of the saints who wrote about the importance of meditation as a part of the Christian life.

Of course, not all resources that address practicing meditation are in line with Catholic teaching and Christians should be discerning when it comes to what sort of meditation they are engaging in. Yet, it is clear that meditation is not always a ‘New Age’ trend and can help deepen one’s spiritual life.”

KINDNESS: When this guy noticed an elderly lady having a tough time with the stairs, he took charge of getting her safely to her seat. I’m wondering if she was humming, Someday my prince will come, as he carried her.

PELOSI: CLICK [6:40] to hear CINO Nan lie her Botoxed face off. We always had an expansion of freedom UNTIL Roe v. Wade. The unborn USED to enjoy protection under the law as Persons. With Roe, they were redefined as Property. This is the OPPOSITE of what happened when we abolished slavery and when women gained the same rights as men. It’s interesting how much hot air and emotion she has to spew at Republicans over Roe, while just blowing off ANY responsibility by the majority Democrats for the baby formula shortage. And they claim Pro-Lifers only care about babies before they’re born.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD: CLICK [3:06] to hear Abby Johnson, former PP clinic manager and author of Unplanned, talk about why PP lies to sell chemical abortions and what actually happens.

S&G: The Kiddie Korner is being sponsored by the Waukegan Public Library, the Highland Public Library, and The Heart of the City.

VAXXX: The CDC has done a deep dive into the long-term effectiveness of the Pfizer ‘rona jabs on 12- to 15-year-olds. From two to four weeks after jabbing, the vaxxx was 60% effective at preventing symptomatic illness. By month two, it was at 20%. By month five, it was at zero.

The sad and sick part, especially for those whose previously healthy children experienced adverse reactions, is that after six months, the jabbed in this age group became more likely to be infected with COVID-19!

Add to all this that healthy individuals in this age group have virtually zero serious risk from the disease in the first place, that the damn disease is treatable, and that natural immunity is forever and you gotta wonder what evil is still pushing these shots on us.

GRAMMY NOTES: “Every artist has thousands of bad drawings in them and the only way to get rid of them is to draw them out.” – Chuck Jones. I really like this quotation. I’m pairing it with my little flower girl, not because I’m unhappy with her, but because I am not. I planned to paint a tussy mussy bouquet and somehow she happened. The fact that I’m okay with that is growth. It means I’m learning that it’s a win if I just enjoy the process. If, in addition, I learn something from a piece or if something I make turns out good enough to show off, then that’s a win-win. I hereby declare, “There will be no more losing in Chrissy’s Art World.” 🙂


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